Opening a can of tuna is hard, the Wall St. Journal reported this week. Millennials can’t be bothered opening the can and draining the oil/water and then preparing the tuna. Just thinking about the process makes us want to take a nap; it’s all so exhausting.
That’s pretty much the best the Journal could come up with to explain why the sales of cans of tuna are dropping. Read more →
Please stand by while Baby Boomers completely lose it over NPR Weekend Edition Sunday host Lulu Garcia-Navarro’s interview with Michael Hobbes, who insists that millennials aren’t ‘entitled’, they just have it harder than anyone else.
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A St. Paul woman’s two-month-old Facebook post is inspiring the Washington Post to examine the attitudes of millennials toward racism. Read more →
This won’t be the end of the discussion about what makes millennials different, but perhaps it should. A CNBC poll finds that, at least when it comes to work, millennials aren’t much different, and there they are different, it’s all to the good. Read more →
Millennials are part of the first generation that isn’t predictable, says one marketing expert. Read more →
If you’re a Millennial, the chances are pretty good you’re getting help from the Bank of Mom and Dad. According to a 2013 study involving a poll of parents, about 74 percent of today’s “emerging adults” receive financial support from their parents.
Stop it, argues a 25-year-old. Read more →